By Gbemi Olateru-Olagbegi
As usual, finding clothes were easy but shoes were still tough to find. Photo: Speakboxx
Hands up if you were ever taken to Balogun market or any other market as a child to find new school shoes or ‘Christmas shoes’.
My mom would hold my hand tight and we would go from stall to stall looking for nice shoes.
I did not like the process at all. The market was rowdy, noisy and the shoe seller would always push my feet into the shiny, patent (and almost always tight) shoes and say ‘it’s your size! Fine girl, Fine shoe!’
Meanwhile my poor …Read More
Source:: The NET